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Small Sage Level 1 – Chapter 82

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Chapter 82

Setting Off Towards the Abbot Town

 

I thought that Frank-san and Virna-san, who had been drinking sake with great vigour to the point of almost emptying the wine cellar in the inn, would be having a bad hangover, but they were surprisingly in a better condition than I thought they’d be in.

Virna-san seemed like she wouldn’t get intoxicated no matter how much sake she drank, while it seemed that Frank-san healed himself from the hangover by using Cure, as usual.

 

“The Abbot town is famous for the stonemason giant, right?”

Frank-san talked to Carl-san who came to the outskirts of the village to send us off.

“There’s a legend there that a giant lost a wager with the town’s feudal lord, and so the giant was made to carry the stones from the quarry to the town.”

“Giant, huh? Do they really exist?”

 

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Karin-san answered Frank-san who was puzzled.

“The origin of the Abbot town, huh? I’ve heard about it.”

Ooh. As expected of an elf! She was well-informed about the old stories.

 

“Hee. As expected, giants really exist, huh?”

“No. The story that I heard was about how they won a wager against an earth-attributed magician and had the magician build the town overnight.”

“Whaa–?! So it was just a dreamlike story, then?”

“Humph. Reality is such a thing.”

 

Everyone laughed bitterly in response to Karin-san’s flat declaration.

“In any case, shall we hurry and head towards the Abbot town?”

Saying that, Frank-san turned around to see Carl-san and the others.

 

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“Let’s pray so that the glory of our one and only god will illuminate your path as husband and wife.”

Frank-san tidily bowed, and at that time, he looked different from his usual self and now showed a face that reflected his nature as a priest.

 

“Thank you for taking care of us. …Now then. Shall we go?”

Frank-san showed his usual broad smile as he rode on his horse.

 

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“Still, it’s hard carrying this horn. I wonder what we would do if Noir weren’t there?”

After walking for a while, Frank-san said in admiration as he looked at the big-sized Noir who was running side-by-side with him.

 

After it was decided that we’d sell the Armored Insect’s horn in Abbot town’s adventurer guild, the problem that came up next was how we should transport it.

In the end, we had Noir turn big and have it carry the horn that was fastened on its back.

Noir didn’t seem to have a problem being made into a magical beast that transported thing over.

 

I wonder if we’d be able to enter the Abbot town just like this, then, with the big Noir?

…Carl-san had a slightly suspicious face upon seeing the big Noir, but he didn’t say anything, so it should be alright. Right.

 

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“If Noir weren’t there, there’s no other choice but to have Frank carry it.”

“There’s no way I can carry such a huge thing.”

“Wouldn’t that be a good chance to use those idle muscles of yours?”

Amanda-san looked at the area around Frank-san’s arms, and Frank-san brooded over it, “Hmm…”

 

“Thinking about it, is it possible for me to carry it after training?”

“Wouldn’t it be too suspicious and our entry to the Abbot town would be denied because of it?”

I nodded in response to Ar-niisama’s remark.

 

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It’d be convenient to have a horse-drawn cart in times like this.

Carl-san offered to arrange a cart for us, but we’d need to go to Graham village again to return the cart, and we didn’t know if we’d be using the cart all the time anyway, so we only accepted his good will with gratitude.

In the game, we could pay for a service in it where all party members could ride on an extravagant carriage and advance through, be it through the mountains or the valleys or even in the rough road without any problem.

As expected, there wasn’t such a convenient carriage in this world.

 

I was riding on the horse together with Ar-niisama as I gazed at the unfolding sceneries before my eyes.

Aah, I’ve seen this kind of sceneries in the game.

It was so nostalgic, so heartrending.

Although the sceneries were the same as the game, this place wasn’t the game world…

 

No, I can’t. I can’t think negatively like that.

I need to level up more, then go to the Sage Tower, and return to my original world!

I gotta chin up—! Ou—!

 

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Ah, right. Talking about levels, we defeated Livyatan the other day, so I should’ve levelled up more.

I was so looking forward to checking how many levels I’d levelled up after defeating a boss. There were too many commotions after the Monster Flood so I’d forgotten about it, but this time, I got to check it properly.

Anyway, I didn’t have anything else to do. Got to check it, check it.

 

“Status Open.”

I stealthily whispered with a very small voice as Ar-niisama and Frank-san were conversing about Abbot town.

After I whispered, the usual semi-transparent window appeared.

 

Yuuri Kujou. 8 years old. Sage level 33.

 

HP 342

MP 399

 

Skills Possessed:

Magic 100

Healing 100

Alchemy 100

Subjugation 75

 

Titles:

Magic Master

Healing Master

Stray from Another World

The Girl Who Invites Luck

The Girl in Whom Fortune Dwells

Panther King’s Friend

The One Who Defeated Livyatan

 

Hooray! My level increased by three. As expected of Livyatan. It seemed to have given me plenty of experience points.

But, hmm. My MP was 399, huh? It was slightly disappointing. Just one more point, and my MP would be a clean 400 points.

 

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I didn’t learn any new magic, huh? How unfortunate. Hopefully, I’d learn something new once I levelled up more.

It was good that my subjugation skill increased, but it seemed like I was only able to keep two familiars, huh?

Perhaps I’d be able to befriend three familiars once my subjugation skill level turns to 100, I guess.

That would surely be fine, but I wonder if I’d be able to take care of them all…?

 

Well, when push comes to shove, Noir would help me out, so it might be alright. Noir was also taking care of Purun, so yeah.

…Hm? I felt like with a simple brush of Noir’s body, Purun took out its rice candy… Perhaps the two of them wouldn’t be too much of a trouble after all.

 

Eh?

 

 

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  1. Dcrangerange

    Thanks for the chapter

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